Can Environmental & Sustainability Progress Only Occur in a Stable Nation?


Dave Johnson, a Stanford Law Professor, attorney and lecturer on society, politics, and the environment returns to ESJ to discuss a structural challenge to progress in environmental and sustainability: Obscene Corruption.

The proof now surfacing of rampant corruption has rendered our political parties, our governmental institutions ( Articles 1, 2 and 3 ), unreliable and undemocratic. Systemic social issues are everywhere:

a) racism in policing, education, employment and opportunity b) two-tiered legal systems, rich and poor c) dark money, foreign and domestic d) religion-infused, anti-choice, anti-female laws

What little recourse still left to us necessarily includes activism, individual and collective

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